MATRIXSYNTH: Garfield Electronics Digital Click

Saturday, July 26, 2008

Garfield Electronics Digital Click

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"Metronome clicks are produced in 24 frames per second calibration for American and European film scoring while the VIDEO switch is off. Activating the VIDEO switch will select 30 frames per second calibration for American video scoring when the internal jumper plug is located to the “30” position, or 25 frames per second calibration for European video scoring if the jumper is in the “25” position.

Tempo in the selected calibration is set thru the three digit rotary switch assembly which indicates tens of frames, frames, and 8ths of frames. Additionally, click rates of 1/16th or 1/32nd frame resolution may be specified by the +1/16 and +1/32 switches. When either or both of these switches are active, the tempo indicated by the rotary switch assembly is augmented by these frame values.

The metronome is started or stopped with the START switch. Optionally, the metronome can be started by application or of a pulse of at least 0.7 Volts to the front or back panel EXT TRIG input.

Click output is available at both front and back panel OUT jacks. Loudness is set by the LEVEL control. Both outputs are low impedance and can drive headphones directly.

This device can be switched for AC power sources from 115 to 230 Volts.

The cap of the Level-rotary is missing as well as one Switch of the Frames-per beat-Dial."

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